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Old 03-27-2012, 08:51 PM   #1
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Anyone know a good RV autobody shop in NJ?

So I buy a farm with a big building to house by MH and protect it from the elements.

However I also rent part of the building to a landscaper. Today he calls me to let me know one of his workers put a 'scratch' in my MH.

This is what I found:

We are leaving for FL on Friday and the front hood is misaligned and pops open when you hit a bump. Going to attemp to secure with bungies.

Landscaper says he will pay for the repair but I don't know if he realizes how much RV parts are...

Evidently his worker swung a trailer door open which clocked the front end hard enough to crack the fiberglass and bend the frame.

Anyone know a good body shop in NJ that can work on RV's?

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If you can secure it and you'll be anywhere near Seffner ( Tampa area ) , I would recommend Lazy Days. They have a huge auto body facility and have done quality work for me in the past.


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Old 03-28-2012, 08:21 AM   #3
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Don't know where you are in NJ, but Harold's RV Center in Bath, PA has a great body shop. I have seen all levels of work going on there.
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Old 03-28-2012, 09:08 AM   #4
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I know Harold and Cheryl well as I bought my first two motorhomes from them. Didn't know they did body work!

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Call them up. Although it is a short amount of time to get work done.
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